03/11/14: Israeli Army continues its policy of ethnic cleansing in Khirbet al-Tawil

On Monday 3 November a large force of the Israeli Army entered Khirbet al-Tawil, just south of Nablus, and demolished homes and agricultural buildings. This is not the first time the Army has targeted the ancient village, home to Palestinians for hundreds of years. In recent months the Army has consistently attacked and demolished homes and structures in the village trying to force villagers from their ancestral lands.

The homes, belonging to Bahaa Maroof, Bani Fadil and Osama Bani Fadil, and shelters for animals were vital for the stability of the village. The villagers had recently raised money renovate the homes and structures. Last month the Army destroyed electricity pylons, and with Winter months approaching the safety of the villagers is in peril.

SFP is working to support villages such as Khirbet al-Tawil remain steadfast on their land and rebuild where the Occupation demolishes. If you would like to donate to SFP to help us support more villages please click here.

 

اليوم الاثنين 3-11-2014  : قامت  آليات الاحتلال الاسرائيلي  بهدم ابنية وشبكة المياه  في خربة الطويل شرق نابلس يزيد عمرها عن مائة عام. حيث حضرت قوه كبيره من جيش الاحتلال  الاسرائيلي ترافقها  الاليات الضخمة حيث قامت  بعمليات الهدم للبيوت ولشبكة المياه في منطقة تقع وسط خربة الطويل . يذكر ان هذه البيوت القديمة تعود للمزارعين بهاء معروف بني فضل مسكن ,واسامه انس بني فضل وهي  عبارة عن منازل عمرها اكثر من مائة عام  وتتكون  من غرفة واحدة يستخدمها الرعاة والمزارعين المتواجدين في خربة الطويل, وتم مؤخرا جمع اموال لترميمها. ونحن اليوم على ابواب فصل الشتاء حيث لا  يوجد اماكن بديله لهم  مما يعني  مزيدا من المعاناة للأهالي الذين تم هدم بيوتهم

Pictures courtesy of SFP contacts in Aqraba local Council

Pictures courtesy of SFP contacts in Aqraba local Council


Pictures courtesy of SFP contacts in Aqraba local Council

Pictures courtesy of SFP contacts in Aqraba local Council


Pictures courtesy of SFP contacts in Aqraba local Council

Pictures courtesy of SFP contacts in Aqraba local Council


Pictures courtesy of SFP contacts in Aqraba local Council

Pictures courtesy of SFP contacts in Aqraba local Council

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